Remember the Russian arrested for releasing the infamous Kelihos botnet? Looks like his hacking days are over, at least for a good while. Peter Yuryevich Levashov (one of his many online aliases) has finally plead guilty to computer crime, wire fraud, conspiracy and identity theft charges. The 38 year-old has admitted operating some of the most notorious malware botnetsincluding Storm, Waldac
KFC's secret recipe is hand-written on a yellow pad and locked in a state-of-the-art safe in Kentucky. Coca Cola also keeps it's formula in a safe, accessible only by two executives at any one time. When you're a Silicon Valley Unicorn, the one thing you'd want to keep in a vault is your source code.
Last month it was Air Canada. This month it's British Airways. The self-described "World's Favorite Airline" might not be so high on the favorite list today. British Airlines confirmed that a recent data breach exposed personal details and (yikes) credit-card numbers of up to 380,000 customers. To top it off, the breach lasted for more than